Tukka is Closing it’s Doors

Saying Goodbye to Tukka Restaurant

Sadly, this winter we are announcing that we will be bringing Tukka Restaurant to a close with our
last service on Sunday the 26th of June.

With our lease up for renewal, Hannah and I have decided it is time to focus on a different path for Tukka and more on family. Rest assured Tukka will not disappear,  We will be continuing to expand and fill the Native food gap with our catering and a few more exciting developments in the future, but it will be the final month for our beloved West End & Brisbane institution. It has been a very hard decision to make, but after 8 years within Tukka’s walls and 6 years as owners it is time to bring about some change and a fresh perspective.
We would like to take the time to thank all of our dedicated staff we have had over the years, especially our Restaurant Manager who was with us at the start and will be there at the end, and our very loyal followers of Native inspired cuisine; it has been the utmost of pleasures to have you as part of our family and to welcome your guests.

In the not too distant future we will be revamping our website to focus on corporate and private in house catering so that we can continue the need for native Australian cuisine. You can also catch me at this year’s Regional foods in Southbank or on ABC radio as a guest chef every few months.

We hope that you do visit for 1 last experience with us and say goodbye to us and a restaurant that has serviced the Brisbane area for over 12 years in a very special fashion.

Thank you, Bryant Wells.

Autumn Menu

Our chefs have been at it again to create a dazzling new seasonal menu for the Autumn months.

Please join us Tuesday-Sunday from 6:00pm.

Tukka is currently NOT open for weekend Brunch.

Book Online or Call 3846 6333.

 

 

 

 

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Monthly Native High Teas

Experience our unique Native High Tea

English Tradition with a native Australian flavor.

NO LONGER AVAILABLE

The ever changing platter could have: Lemon myrtle pumpkin scones with rosella jam and chantilly cream or fresh sweet damper with Quandong jam and butter. Perhaps Profiteroles filled with white chocolate and pepperberry, Quandong fairy cakes, dark chocolate macaroons filled with davidson plum jam. The savory selection of Kangaroo finger sandwiches or Emu meatballs, crocodile ceviche or Anisata Salmon gravalax and pepperberry cream cheese pinwheels.

We have a beautiful selection of teas to choose from or if you haven’t yet tried Tukka’s own native Iced Tea with house sorbet, definitely do as an accompaniment to this fine platter of morsels.

 

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Valentine’s Day – Feb 14

Dine in at Tukka with your loved one this Valentine’s Day.
Tukka will be treating diners to a 3 course Set Menu on Sunday February 14th.
Bookings are available for either 6pm or 8pm.

For $90 pp receive complimentary chocolates and a glass of sparkling wine on arrival. 

For an additional $30 pp enjoy your meals with a glass of matching recommended wines.

Bookings require a $20 deposit per person which is fully refundable up to 3 days prior (No refunds will be given after Thursday Feb 11th)

Valentine’s Day Menu 2016

Appetiser – Strawberry gum cured crocodile ceviche, basil, watermelon and a finger lime dressing.

 

Entree – Butter braised Moreton Bay bug tail, nectarine gel and a dragon fruit, fennel and carbonated grape salad.

Recommended wine – Dalrymple Sauvignon Blanc – Pipers River Tas

 

Sorbet – Native hibiscus and ginger sorbet

 

Main – Seared kangaroo, fresh blackberries, char grilled spring onion, samphire, muntries and a blackberry gel.

Recommended wine – Yalumba “patchwork” Shiraz – Barossa Valley SA

 

Dessert – Cognac macerated strawberries, coconut sorbet vanilla sponge and a dark wattle seed chocolate ganache.

Recommended wine – Heggis Botrytis Riesling – Eden Valley SA

Monthly Native High Teas

Experience our unique Native High Tea

English Tradition with a native Australian flavor.

Join us on the last Sunday of the month at 1030am. $35 per person (Tea & Platter)

The ever changing platter could have: Lemon myrtle pumpkin scones with rosella jam and chantilly cream or fresh sweet damper with Quandong jam and butter. Perhaps Profiteroles filled with white chocolate and pepperberry, Quandong fairy cakes, dark chocolate macaroons filled with davidson plum jam. The savory selection of Kangaroo finger sandwiches or Emu meatballs, crocodile ceviche or Anisata Salmon gravalax and pepperberry cream cheese pinwheels.

We have a beautiful selection of teas to choose from or if you haven’t yet tried Tukka’s own native Iced Tea with house sorbet, definitely do as an accompaniment to this fine platter of morsels.

Bookings Only for these events – Last Sunday, every month at 1030am

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